In part one of this two-part series, we discussed how disability and life insurance can be an important part of wellness. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at how ADA student members disability insurance can help protect your financial wellness in the face of a disabling illness or injury.
When it comes to finances, there are two important areas where a young person can actually do something that has impact on his or her future. The first is to create a budget (yes, you may groan, but it’s true — and be advised that is not the topic of this post). The second is getting smart about your credit score.
Look around and see how many people have their noses buried in their cellphones. Maybe you’re even reading this on your cellphone now. We’re deep in the age of technology, and people enjoy the convenience it provides. Through their cellphones, tablets, etc., patients are exposed to reviews about your future dental office, appointment reminders via email, information about treatment from Google – the list goes on. If your business isn’t taking advantage of the technological resources available to you, then it could suffer. Here are some ways technology can help you in practice.
Wellness isn’t just about eating right and getting enough rest and exercise. It’s also about preventing illness, injuries and disabilities. As the exclusive sponsor of this year’s ASDA Wellness Initiative for dental students, ADA Members Insurance Plans issued by Great-West Financial® is happy to support you in achieving your goals in fitness and in health. We want you to live your best life. In fact, our website, bringhealthyon.com, is dedicated to providing you with a variety of health-enhancing resources such as recipes, exercise videos and articles.
When preparing for an interview, candidates tend to put a lot of time into preparing solid answers to the questions they will be asked, but few spend that same amount of time thinking of questions to ask the interviewer.
In this edition of Let’s Talk, Christian Pearson, national director of dental partnerships at Treloar & Heisel, Inc., continues the conversation with Stephen Trutter, director of consulting and partner at Ideal Practices, as they discuss what students and new dentists can do now to prepare for private practice ownership.
Think back to your personal statement for dental school. What did you say in it? My bet is that you mentioned something about your desire to help people. About how you knew a dentist somewhere who helped someone in a way that only a dentist could. About how that experience planted in you a desire to do the same thing. That one day, you hoped to be a dentist who not only did that for every one of your patients but also for the world! OK, so maybe you said it with more tact or with less drama, but I have read enough prospective student personal statements to know that a good number of applicants include that to some extent. Now imagine if that dream came true.